Tourist route through Sencelles and Santa Eugenia

We begin the route in Sencelles in the company of Gaspar Valero. The town’s most famous figure is undoubtedly Sister Francinaina Cirer. Its most characteristic historical sites are the church, the vicarage, the wells, the convent and the boundary crosses. We then leave for Santa Eugènia, a municipality named after Alqueria de Bernat de Santa Eugènia, a small medieval settlement which in the Islamic period corresponded to Benibazari. We will visit its most characteristic sites.

10:30-13:30. Price: €15 per head. Register in advance. Limited places. Meeting points: Plaça de la Vila in Sencelles. Catalan language. Activity for residents.

Tourist itinerary in Binissalem

Binissalem is the land of wine, a municipality whose name has become well known because of the DO Binissalem region. Setting out from the railway station we are led by a licensed guide from Mallorca Rutes to the Plaza de la lglesia and its surrounding area. The town is notable for the fact that most of its houses are built of stone. Essential visits to the Casa Museo Villalonga and Can Gelabert, both linked to the Mallorcan writer Llorenç Villalonga, emphasise the town’s cultural character. The tour concludes with a wine tasting in Albaflor-Vins Nadal.

10:30-13:30. Price: €25 per head. Register in advance. Limited places. Meeting points: Palma Intermodal Station 10:00 or Binissalem railway station car park. Languages: Spanish, English, German.

Santa María del Camí tourist route

Santa Maria del Camí is one of the municipalities included in the DO Binissalem region. Setting out from the railway station we are led by a licensed guide from Mallorca Rutes to the centre of town, taking in the main historical buildings (the Town Hall, the Convent of Solitude and the Parish Church), before finishing with a wine tasting at Sebastià Pastor Vinyes i Celler.

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Tourist itinerary in Binissalem

Binissalem is the land of wine, a municipality whose name has become well known because of the DO Binissalem label. Setting out from the railway station we are led by a licensed guide from Mallorca Rutes to the Plaza de la lglesia and its surrounding area. The town is notable for the fact that most of its houses are built of stone. Essential visits to the Casa Museo Villalonga and Can Gelabert, both linked to the Mallorcan writer Llorenç Villalonga, emphasise the town’s cultural character. The tour concludes with a wine tasting in Albaflor-Vins Nadal.

10:30-13:30. Price: €15 per head. Register in advance. Limited places. Meeting points: Palma Intermodal Station 10:00 or Binissalem railway station car park. Catalan language. Activity for residents.

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